Brand ceiling fans and dining tables under recall

TULSA, Okla. — Harbor Breeze Kingsbury ceiling fans are being recalled. The Consumer Product and Safety Commission reports the fans sold exclusively at Lowe’s, have a light globe that can fall from its housing, posing a safety risk. If you have one, immediately contact HKG to request a new owner’s […]

TULSA, Okla. — Harbor Breeze Kingsbury ceiling fans are being recalled.

The Consumer Product and Safety Commission reports the fans sold exclusively at Lowe’s, have a light globe that can fall from its housing, posing a safety risk.

If you have one, immediately contact HKG to request a new owner’s manual and a light kit label to help make sure the light globe is correctly installed. CLICK HERE to contact HKG.

CB2 is recalling Bordo Dining Tables. The CPSC reports the legs can become unsteady when moved causing the table to collapse and posing an injury hazard.

You should immediately stop using the table and contact CB2 about a full refund. CLICK HERE to contact CB2.

Endliss Technology is recalling Trianium Battery Phone Cases due to a burn hazard. The cases were sold exclusively through Amazon.

If you have one, stop using it immediately, then contact Endliss for a free replacement. CLICK HERE to contact Endliss.

Prestone is recalling Antifreeze because it doesn’t meet child resistant packaging requirements, and that poses a poisoning risk for small children.

The product’s caps were not rotated enough during manufacturing to engage the child resistant mechanism. You should immediately inspect the product if you have a bottle and twist the cap to make sure the child resistant mechanism is engaged. CLICK HERE to contact Prestone for more information.

For more information and links to help you get a refund or a free replacement item, CLICK HERE.

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